Wednesday, May 4, 2022

PM faces a parliamentary inquiry into whether he misled MPs about Partygate

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Boris Johnson will face a parliamentary inquiry after MPs agreed to expel the Prime Minister over claims he misled Parliament about parties at Downing Street during the Covid lockdown.

Labor’s motion was passed without a vote on Thursday after receiving no objections, with No 10 opting not to table its own delay amendment.

The decision means MPs on the Privileges Committee will investigate whether Mr Johnson despises Parliament for misleading the Commons with his repeated denials of lockdown-busting parties in No 10.

The inquiry will only begin after Scotland Yard completes its own inquiry into alleged breaches of the coronavirus law at the heart of the government.

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